FILL-IN THE BLANKS with basic facts. Search reference sources for an overview of your precedent.Note particular keywords, terms, authors, bibliographies, and footnotes. Learn specific project names, designers, locations, and dates designed and constructed. Add this information to your deconstruction notes. Use your facts to help your search. If you don't have enough information on your specific site, try searching for the designer, the style of the site or a survey of multiple sites within that country.
See the bibliographic guide Biographical Information on Landscape Architects for a comprehensive listing of biographical resources
Environmental Design Library Research Guides for research in the history of the built environment. Guides include both print and web materials.
Here's a selection of UCB campus libraries with collections of interest to LA 101 students.
Also see the following electronic resources.